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Liam O'Neil

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Genres  Indie rock
Genre  Indie rock
Years active  2000 – present
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Instruments  Piano, synthesizer, percussion
Associated acts  The Stills, Kings of Leon, Da Gryptions
Music groups  The Stills (2005 – 2011), Young Galaxy
Albums  Ultramarine, Oceans Will Rise
Nominations  Juno Award for Recording Engineer of the Year
Similar  Dave Hamelin, Tim Fletcher, Justin Peroff, Gus van Go, Angelo Petraglia

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Liam O'Neil (born September 1980) is a Canadian musician who was the keyboardist and percussionist for Montreal-based band the Stills. He met the group's primary songwriter, Dave Hamelin, at school through a mutual friend. In 1996, the pair formed a ska band, in which O'Neil played saxophone. He later spent 18 months away from Montreal while he played in a jazz trio on a cruise ship, but he stayed in contact with the members of the Stills. After initially touring with the band, he became a full-time member when his bandmates heard him play a half-hour piano solo in a hotel bar. His first album with the band was Without Feathers. A talented multi-instrumentalist, he played piano, organ, saxophone and tambourine on the record, as well as providing backing vocals on a number of tracks.

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O'Neil contributed synth, piano, organ, and baritone and tenor sax to various tracks on Kings of Leon's 2010 album Come Around Sundown.

He is also involved with hip-hop act Da Gryptions, featuring members of Stars and Young Galaxy.

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Songs

We Have EverythingShapeshifting · 2011
New SummerUltramarine · 2013
The Alchemy Between UsYoung Galaxy · 2007

References

Liam O'Neil Wikipedia


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